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Reading FC v Huddersfield Play-Off Final: Travel Updates

The situation across the board as fans head to Wembley.

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General view of the traffic heading from the FA Cup final

We'll try and update this as the morning progresses so if you notice anything while you're out and about, let us know with a tweet.


All fine. Minor road closures on A roads around Milton Keynes and Birmingham but according to the AA, all is well around Wembley, Reading, and the major motorways.


Everywhere on the London Underground is operating a Good Service at this point in time. Planned and part closures are affecting the overground and DLR lines in East London and the District Line around Fulham is experiencing issues. Luckily there's no reason for anyone from that area to be going to Wembley today.

For those unsure, anyone arriving at Paddington need only catch the Bakerloo line to Wembley Central (around 20 minutes). Keep an eye on the TFL site for latest breaking news.

Trains from Reading into Paddington are operating on time with no major delays going into the West London station from any locale. The same goes for Waterloo, Kings Cross, Victoria, and Euston.


Anyone arriving last minute into Gatwick and Heathrow will already know about the BA crisis. From the looks of their arrivals board, there's no mass cancellations this morning.

Think no Reading fans are flying in for this match? Think again and check out our Royals Journey feature.